Helping Mother Earth early on: Holmes Elementary’s Earth Day Poster Contest winners


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Shown in the composite photo are works by (top) Abigail Short and (bottom) by Laney Carr.

Shown in the composite photo are works by (top) Abigail Short and (bottom) by Laney Carr.


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WILMINGTON — Holmes Elementary art students in grades K-2 participated in the 2022 Earth Day Poster Contest presented by Clinton County Recycling & Litter Prevention.

Students were tasked with illustrating what recycling means to them.

Each homeroom class winner will receive a sports pack consisting of various recycled content prizes in art class. The winning posters will be displayed in the hall across from the library.

Congratulations to the following students (teachers’ names in parentheses):

Kindergarten

Hazel Payne (Caparso)

Kelsey Johnson (Freytage)

Jeronimo Alvarez (McFadden)

Sarah Seunath (O’Boyle)

Rain Felheim (Smith)

Kairi Freytag (Schriner)

Kymree Taylor (Leslie)

Halen Priest (Chaney)

Paisley Meissner (Pierce)

Ellie Lohrey (Reavis)

First grade

Alena Newton (Shope)

Hope Lindsey (Caldwell)

Haylie Maerean (Lohrey)

Audrey Young (Nelson)

Owen Smith (Thacker)

Scarlett Watson (Barley)

Sawyer Shaffer (Deboard)

Abigail Short (Ogletree)

Reece Birt (Harris-Jones)

Oliver Snelling (Walker)

Second grade

Avery Shumaker (Davis)

Emilee Gould (Wiswell)

Laney Carr (Wilson)

Trey Burwinkel (Glazewski)

Ava Accoo (Inwood)

Nymeria Rowe (Sweeney)

Fawn Felheim (Corbin)

Claire Swindler (Hawk)

Shown in the composite photo are works by (top) Abigail Short and (bottom) by Laney Carr.
https://www.wnewsj.com/wp-content/uploads/sites/22/2022/04/web1_composite-2.jpgShown in the composite photo are works by (top) Abigail Short and (bottom) by Laney Carr. Submitted photos

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